LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - There's some visual progress on the new video board going up at the Lumberyard at Copeland Park.
Crews are working to have the 17 by 30 foot screen ready soon. It's one of several updates fans will see at the ballpark this season.
The Logger's general manager says it will enhance the atmosphere at the game and make it easier to see far away action. "You think about folks that have been taking in games here from the log cabin suites, and the party decks and the sports decks, they might be a little ways away here, 300 feet away from home plate, but not with live cameras, you're going to be up close and personal with your own TV out there."
Goodell also says anything's a possibility with the video board.
UW-La Crosse is scheduled to play the first game of the season on the field next week Wednesday.
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